Foundations of psychosocial recovery coaching 

Interactive small group course

Enrol today and learn the core principles of recovery coaching and the proven ways it helps those with a psychosocial disability or mental illness lead full lives. 

Interact with nationally-recognised expertise about key elements of coaching. Learn how to build an empathetic and a solutions-focused approach.

Duration: 4.5 hours

Introductory Price: $275

When: 25 Aug 2022, 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM AEST

Location: Online course (link will be provided after registration)

Course structure

This course includes an in-depth look at recovery coaching, including where it fits within the NDIS.

Case studies are used throughout to help bring the theory to life, so you’ll be able to apply the lessons in your workplace and other settings.

This course will suit:

Key topics

1. Recovery coaching deep dive

  • NDIA recovery framework
  • Recovery coaching practice and funding
  • Recovery coaching and collaboration
  • Recovery oriented language 
  • Supporting people

2. Recovery coaching tool kit

  • Why have a tool kit?
  • Selecting a tool

3. Understanding trauma informed care

  • Trauma informed care
  • Trauma informed principles

4. Boundaries and professional development

  • The key to professional boundaries
  • Reflective supervision

In this session we will deliver

Course presented by leading national professionals

Portrait of Suzy

Suzy

Suzy Berry is a nationally recognised leader in Australia’s disability and NDIS mental health sector and has dedicated the last 12 years to working with people, families and organisations to realise their potential and transform the way disability services are delivered.

Suzy has enjoyed frontline roles helping people to access supports, realise their NDIS goals and get the best out of their NDIS plans, as well as executive roles at some of Australia’s largest NDIS providers of mental health, psychosocial supports and plan management supports.

She was a member of the Mental Health Australia’s expert panel on Optimising Psychosocial Supports for NDIS, an important publication that contributed to recovery coaching making its way into the NDIS Price Guide.

Portrait of Alex

Alex

Alex is passionate about living life to the fullest and supporting others to make the best life possible. He believes that each of us has the ability to be fulfilled in our life’s pursuits and passions.

Alex has been providing coaching and mental health support for over 10 years and has been a key contributor and principal trainer of NDIS training to assist future and existing NDIS participants and their collaborative partners in navigating the NDIS and support services since 2017. 

Alex has a strong record as a workplace trainer and facilitator of professional development for mental health and community sector professionals including executives. As a qualified Trainer and Assessor, Alex draws upon over 20 years of experience assisting individuals in social and community services roles to understand and navigate the subtle nuances of the person-centred practitioner stance to optimise client outcomes.

Course presented by leading national professionals

Portrait of Suzy

Suzy

Suzy Berry is a nationally recognised leader in Australia’s disability and NDIS mental health sector and has dedicated the last 12 years to working with people, families and organisations to realise their potential and transform the way disability services are delivered.

Portrait of Alex

Alex

Alex is passionate about living life to the fullest and supporting others to make the best life possible. He believes that each of us has the ability to be fulfilled in our life’s pursuits and passions.

FAQ

  • Support coordinators wanting to understand recovery coaching and how it works
  • Recovery workers looking to expand their knowledge
  • Anyone considering training to be a recovery coach and wanting to learn more first.

We understand unexpected events arise – if you are unable to attend, you will receive a credit to attend the next such workshop, approximately 4 weeks following this one.

We do not record our courses, we want to provide for a safe and confidential environment for everyone to learn best.

Yes! All those who enrol will receive a certificate of completion after attending our course.